Invicta Virtuosi Racing started in its current form back in 2012 and has been a successful mainstay on the single-seater ladder ever since.
Based in Attleborough, Norfolk, the team has built up a long list of accomplishments since its inception, initially in Auto GP, before later branching out into the GP2 Series, where Formula 1 stars of the future learn their trade. Virtuosi took over the running of the Russian Time team in 2014, with which it won the FIA Formula 2 (formally GP2) teams’ championship in 2017, before taking the squad in-house and forming UNI-Virtuosi Racing for the start of the 2019 season. UNI-Virtuosi Racing finished second in the F2 teams' championship in the 2019, 2020 and 2021 seasons.
For the 2023 season, Invicta Virtuosi Racing will continue its successful run in FIA Formula 2 and compete in the FIA British Formula 4 Championship for a second year, having enjoyed a solid rookie season in 2022.
Overall length: 5224 mm
Overall width: 1900 mm
Overall height: 1097 mm (including roll hoop camera)
Overall weight: 785kg (driver on-board)
V6 - 3.4 litre single turbo charged Mecachrome engine.
Rated to 620 HP @ 8750 rpm.
6-speed longitudinal Hewland sequential gearbox.
Electro-hydraulic command via paddle shift from steering wheel.
Double steel wishbones, pushrod operated, twin dampers with torsion bars at the front and springs at the rear.
Adjustable ride height, camber, toe, rollbars and dampers.
6 pistons monobloc Brembo callipers.
Acceleration: 0 - 100 km/h, 2.70 sec
Maximum speed: 335 km/h
Same functionality of DRS used in Formula One.
Wheels & Tyres
18” x 12” front
18” x 13.7” rear
The seventh FIA Formula 2 season will commence in Bahrain in March. The campaign comprises a bumper 14 rounds, all support events of the Formula 1 World Championship.